Ok, I’m gonna blow your mind with how easy it is to make a delicious fall apart roast in little prep time. Basically all you need is six hours in a crock pot for a delicious dinner!
First off, let’s hit up the ingredients. I hate when the list of ingredients is down past the photos of how to do it, so I’m gonna try to never do that.
1 nice sized roast (This one is about 2.5 lbs)
4 medium red potatoes, chunked
1 medium white or yellow onion, chunked
veggies that you like
1 packet dry au jous mix
1 packet creamy ranch mix
1 packet dry pork gravy mix
1 can Dr. Pepper or Mr. Pibb or equivalent
1 cup hot water
Ok then! This roast will be three photos from start to finish.
First, arrange the potatoes and onions in the bottom as a little platform for your roast.
Then set down the roast on top, arranging the veggies around the sides.
In a cup, mix the hot water and packets of mixes and pour over top, along with the can of pibb/pepper.
As far as veggies go I just went to the salad bar at the grocery store and got some red/yellow pepper sticks, mushrooms and celery and called it a day. I was going to use that for something else but figured it would add good flavor to the roast and gravy without being too overpowering. I believe I’m going to serve this with some glazed brussels sprouts I am working on.
Here we go, the finished product:
And the finished product on my plate with a side of sweet heat brussels sprouts.